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Friday, April 19, 2013

what does the word "epav" mean in h. creole and please give at least 3 examples! thank you I've heard this word used ALOT especially in ayiti and Facebook

epav → a bum, a hobo, a tramp, a drifter who doesn't not have a fixed home

Here are your THREE examples :)

1. Fanm sa a se yon epav li ye.  Li dòmi lakay tout moun.
    This woman's a tramp,  She sleeps at everybody's house.

2. Bann epav!  Al chache travay pou n fè.
    Bunch of bums!  Go find some work to do.

3. Si w'ap mache fè epav lakay tout moun, w'ap pèdi respè'w.
    If you're loafing around at everyone's house, you'll lose your respect.

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